i've set it to Header set X-Frame-Options "ALLOW-FROM http://keen.wtf/" and it works now 🙂
nope, only the first time it worked 😞
I'm running the server after installation, and am unable to access any pages via browser. I keep getting the "This site can’t be reached. localhost refused to connect." errors when connecting to http://localhost:4567.
I'm using mongo v3.4.2 as my DB. Running on Windows 10.
Log from starting up:
$ ./nodebb log Hit Ctrl-C to exit Clustering enabled: Spinning up 1 process(es). [cluster] Child Process (22740) has exited (code: null, signal: SIGTERM) 6/10 05:52:32  - info: Initializing NodeBB v1.6.0 http://localhost:4567 6/10 05:52:32  - warn: You have no mongo username/password setup! 6/10 05:52:33  - info: [socket.io] Restricting access to origin: http://localhost:* 6/10 05:52:33  - info: Routes added 6/10 05:52:33  - info: NodeBB Ready 6/10 05:52:33  - info: Enabling 'trust proxy' 6/10 05:52:33  - info: NodeBB is now listening on: 0.0.0.0:4567
How about 127.0.0.1:4567?
@julian Tried that too, nothin
Is localhost in your /etc/hosts file? Sounds like it doesn't resolve to the local system?
@teh_g I'm running Windows 10. Not Linux.
Not sure why, but a clean install fixed the problem. Please close thread.